Ambystoma talpoideum

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Synonyms for Ambystoma talpoideum

brownish-black burrowing salamander of southeastern United States

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Relationship of pond drying to the reproductive success of the salamander Ambystoma talpoideum. Copeia 1987: 61-69.
Density-dependent growth and fecundity in the paedomorphic salamander Ambystoma talpoideum. Ecology 68:1003-1008.
Semlitsch RD: Terrestrial activity and summer home range of the mole salamander (Ambystoma talpoideum).
Semlitsch RD: Effects of implanted Tantalum-182 wire tags on the mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum. Copeia 1981: 735-737, 1981.
Effects of pond drying time on metamorphosis and survival in the salamander Ambystoma talpoideum. Copeia 1988:978-983.
Local variation in the genetic basis of paedomorphosis in the salamander Ambystoma talpoideum. Evolution 44:1588-1603.
Life history aspects of paedogenic populations of the mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum. Copeia 1978:649-655.
Demography of a population of Ambystoma talpoideum (Caudata: Ambystomatidae) in northwestern Louisiana.
2:30 "The effects of food, temperature, and light on growth, metamorphosis, and sexual maturation in the mole salamander (Ambystoma talpoideum)," Justin Andrist, Cari-Ann Hein, Evan Barker, and Chris Beachy, Department of Biology, Minot State University 2:50 BREAK 3:10 "Using a geographic information system to address the "selfish herd" hypothesis in Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni)" Daniel McEwen *, Donna Bruns Stockrahm and Bryan Watters, Minnesota State University-Moorhead.
Hatching asynchrony, survival, and the fitness of alternative adult morphs in Ambystoma talpoideum. Oecologia, 140:46-51.
The mole salamander (Ambystoma talpoideum) is one of the few animal species said to be facultatively paedomorphic, meaning it can exhibit either a complex life cycle (CLC) by undergoing metamorphosis, or a simple life-cycle (SLC) by achieving sexual maturity as a larva, making A, talpoideum an ideal species for the study of life-cycle evolution (I).
Two local populations of the mole salamander Ambystoma talpoideum (Caudata: Ambystomatidae) were previously found to have similar phenotypic values for per capita fecundity and life-history pathway (paedomorphosis and metamorphosis), but to have different genetic bases for those traits (Harris et al.
Three populations of Ambystoma talpoideum, located in Aiken County, South Carolina, USA, were chosen for study: Ellenton Bay (EB), Flamingo Bay (FB), and Ginger's Bay (GB).
These six species are mole salamander (Ambystoma talpoideum), tiger salamander (A.
Life history aspects of paedogenic populations of the mole salamander Ambystoma talpoideum. Copeia, 1978:649-655.